As you may now have seen, we have now announced the finalists and voting in the very first National Fenestration Awards. These are the lucky guys, gals and companies:

Social Networker of 2013

Darren Shelbourne – Glazedale @DarrenShelbourn

Mark Warren – Lister Trade Frames @MarkWarren3

Lucie Simic – Aspect Windows @AspectWindows

Ben Warren – Legacy Windows @LegacyWindows

Sarah Mitchell – Exe Windows & Doors @Sarah_ECR

Nick Dardalis – Aluminium Trade Supply @AlumTradeSupply

ListerTF – Lister Trade Frames @ListerTF

Sarah Hitchings – Rehau @REHAUwindows

Industry Magazine of the Year

The Glazine


Windows Active

Glass News

Glass Times


Harware Company of the Year

Sekurador Limited

Avocet Hardware

KIS Manufacturing Ltd

SFS Intec

Trojan Hardware

Young Person of 2013

Aaron Clegg – Eco Sash

Alex Dickenson – Origin Frames

Ben Friend – ?

Bradley Shelbourne – Glazedale

Conner Davies – T & J Conservatories

Drew Blackburn – Origin Frames

Jake Duckers – PM Training

Jake Stephens – Windows For Construction

Joe Halsall – Origin Frames

John Edmunds – Lister TF

Lauren Henson – Sekurador

Natalie Gill-Kilbride – Ultraframe

Samuel James Wilson – The Apprentice Ship

Glass Systems Company of the Year



Glass Systems Wales


Systems Company of the Year


Schueco UK Limited

Origin Bi-Folding Doors

Beaufort Aluminium Ltd

Composite and Panelled Doors Award 2013

Listers Gallery Doors


Force 8 Composite Bi-Folding Doors

Hurst Plastics

Timber Award 2013

Dempsey Dyer

Totali Timber


Aluminium Award 2013

Origin Frames Ltd



Aspect Windows

PVC Award 2013





Evolution Storm 2

Well done to all those that made it to the final stage! It was great to see so many users registering to take part and spare the time to participate in something we hope will really catch the imagination of the industry.

So, now phase two is now live, let the voting begin! If you have already registered earlier, you don’t need to do anything else, you are free to vote right now. If you haven’t already registered, click here to do it now (it only takes a minute). Once you have clicked the link in the confirmation email, you are then free to vote!

There are just two small caveats. The first, there is no steel award. Despite encouraging as much as possible for people to nominate as widely as possible, we received no nominations in the steel category. This is a shame as we would have liked to have included ALL material facets of the industry. Still, onwards and upwards and we’ll try again next year. The second is that you will see a question mark next to the name Ben Friend. We are not sure why but the company information for this nominee we didn’t have, so would someone be able to own up to employing Ben so we can put his details right!

We hope you’ll all continue to take part. Voting will end at 23:45 on November 29th, so make sure you get your votes in on time!

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